Day: 12 March 2019

Did you know that scientific studies show that a cricketer who changes a batting stance performs better? Logically, if a player is left-handed, it would be easier for him to experiment on changing his stance from left to right batting.

Left-handed Indian cricketers

Here are the 6 left-handed Indian cricket batters who have the potential to perform better, since they can incorporate both left and right batting. Therefore, they are well worth your bet.

Shikhar Dhawan

This player is also known as Gabbar or Jatt-jee. He is 33 years old and plays as the opening batsman. He is a left-handed batter but uses his right arm when bowling. Gabbar’s T20I shirt number is 25. His handlebar moustache adds up to his popularity.

Ravindra Jadeja

Ravindrasinh Anirudhsinh Jadeja has the nickname Rockstar and is a 30-year-old all-rounder. He uses his left arm for both batting and bowling. He is 5’7 and wears the shirt number 8 in T20I. Curiously, Rockstar’s father, a former watchman, wanted him to be an army officer.

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Krunal Pandya

Krunal Himanshu Pandya is 28 years old and is an all-rounder. He uses his left arm for batting and bowling. Last November, Pandya made his international debut for the Indian cricket team.

Washington Sundar

At only 19 years old, Sundar is one of the youngest players in the Indian cricket team. He is a bowling all-rounder. He uses his right arm for bowling, but the left arm for batting.

Rishabh Pant

Rishabh Rajendra Pant was born in October 1997. He is a wicket-keeper batsman and uses his left hand for batting. On January 2019, Pant received the Emerging Player of the Year award from the International Cricket Council.

Kuldeep Yadav

Kuldeep Yadav is 24 years old and is a bowler in the Indian cricket team. He is a left-handed batter, while his bowling style is slow and also uses the left arm.

These Indian cricket players have a 90% chance of improving their performance when they include a change in batting style from left to right.

Because of this, we at highly suggest that our online cricket bettors place a bet on one or several of these left-handed Indian cricket players for a higher probability of winning.

The other question you might have right now is why you should bet on Indian cricket players. Well, check out the 2019 International Cricket Council rankings for the India national cricket team.

ICC team rankings

Here is how the India national cricket team stands in the ICC team rankings.

Men’s test team ranking

India ranks number 1 out of 10 teams worldwide in the men’s test team ranking.

Men’s One Day International team ranking

India ranks 2nd in the One Day International ranking.

Men’s T20I team rankings

India also ranks 2nd in the T20I ranking.

With the information we gave you, we vouch that you can have higher chances of winning your online cricket bets.

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March 2019